See a kraken attacking the Staten Island Ferry, the Queensboro Bridge and an epic cityscape.
The 6,800-square-foot building, formerly Club Purlieu, will be turned into five or six retail stores.
Proposed rules would make it easier to hire teachers at charter schools than the public ones.
Eighty-eight apartments are available at 92-61 165th St. through the city's affordable housing lottery.
This year's primary race is set for Tuesday, Sept. 12.
The threats were made to pay off gambling debts owed to the Bonanno crime family, investigators said.
Some residents are campaigning to have the city-owned waterfront land turned into public park space.
The mayor is calling for a 90-day panel to review what's across the city.
The restaurant opened off of Roosevelt Avenue in 2014 after decades operating out of a cart.
The bookshop, called Kew & Willow Books, will be located at 81-63 Lefferts Blvd.
The actor and other cast members of the CBS police drama stopped by the 108th Precinct.
Teriana Holcombe was shot in a fight that began earlier Tuesday night, sources said.
The robber followed the woman into an apartment building Tuesday, where he choked and punched her.
Texas Chicken and Burgers is slated to open at 120-20 Queens Blvd. in October.
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